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PUP IDOL - STAN THE DOG WHO CAN


SPRINGADOR Ernie has a taste for almost everything – so staff members at Gamble Plant Norfolk Ltd and Fakenham Skips are always reluctant to give him a bite because he’ll end up having all of it. On top of eating everyone’s food, two-year- old Ernie loves a good tummy rub.


POOCH OF THE MONTH Stan, two, is a French bulldog from Wood Recycling Ltd in Shildon with three loves in life: chocolate digestive biscuits (preferably dark), fl amboyantly running through fi elds (Theresa May eat your heart out) and attacking vacuum cleaners when someone tries to clean up.


MANUFACTURER OF “JUNK YARD DOG” SOLID TYRES AND RUBBER CUTTING EDGES


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POOCH OF THE


MONTH WINS A £20 VOUCHER EACH MONTH AND A DOG TAG. POOCH OF THE YEAR WINS A £100VOUCHER


MACIE the Chihuahua spent the majority of the festive holidays with her elf (pictured). The three- year-old loves nothing more than to cuddle up on the chair she evicted her mum from. Macie is now a regular visitor to B&W Waste Management in Bedford.


In most yards and offi ces, staff pooches are loved by one and all, and in most cases are a lot less hassle than the customers. Send us your pup pics:


editor@skiphiremagazine.co.uk


OR COLLIE US NOW ON: 0161 482 6220


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